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20 charged as part of sheriff’s ‘War on Drugs’

Suspcts face a variety of charges.

Missing man found safe in Laurel County

Man was last seen Friday night south of London.

Sheriff warns of phone scam in Laurel County

Laurel County Sheriff John Root is warning people about a phone scam using the department's name.

“Thin Blue Line” toboggans donated to LCSO

A woman crocheted 70 homemade "Thin Blue Line" toboggans and presented them to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

Drug investigation leads to 7 arrests in Laurel County

Seven people were arrested Tuesday afternoon in a familiar place for Laurel County Sheriff's deputies.

Laurel County deputies to begin using ‘safety arrows’

All Laurel County deputies will begin using directional 'safety arrows' at crash and crime scenes, traffic hazards and other locations where the public needs to be alerted to potential danger ahead.

Meth, Money and Guns Seized in “War on Drugs”

The Laurel County Sheriff says his ongoing "war on drugs" resulted in two arrests and the seizure of meth, money and guns.

Laurel Special Response Unit arrests 3 on drug charges

Early Friday morning, Laurel county Sheriff’s Office Special Response Unit reported the arrest of three people off North Laurel Lake Road.

Man arrested after stealing car & over 15 pairs of keys

Deputies were dispatched to a vehicle sitting on the side of Chestnut Road, after a caller said that a man had gotten out and started running when they stopped to offer help.

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Time nearing for families to request a “repeat” school year for their child

A new state law makes it possible for students currently enrolled in grades K-12 to use the 2021-22 academic year to retake or supplement courses or grades they've taken this school year during the pandemic.

Firefighters find 2 dead, 2 injured in house fire

The house fire happened overnight in Louisville.